ADAPTIVE SAILING ASSOCIATION OF KELOWNA

Registered Name: DISABLED SAILING ASSOCIATION OF B.C. OKANAGAN BRANCH

Business Number: 898096474RR0001

Adaptive Sailing  Kelowna is a charitable organization which offers people with physical and cognitive challenges the opportunity to sail on beautiful Okanagan Lake from the Kelowna Yacht Club. Feel safe, secure and one with the water in our specially designed (untippable!) Martin 16 sailboats (co-piloted with qualified expert sailors). Learn to skipper or take a leisurely ride around Okanagan Lake - the choice is yours!

Great for: People with cognitive or physical disabilities, injuries, hip replacements, fractures, strokess, brain, spinal cord, sight, fibromyalgia, hearing, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, autism and other adaptabilities. Great for Seiniors with mild to severe limitations. We have a custom lift available and adapt the boat to accommodate you, so you can have a great sailing experience!

Call SherriLee at 778-581-0855 April - October or email office.dsakel@gmail.com year round for more information

What People Are Saying

"A non-verbal lady came sailing with us. Her care giver asked her if she was happy. The caregiver said if you like this give me a thumbs up. The sailor struggled and it took some time but slowly those thumbs came up. She really loves to sail and comes out with us once a week. "

— SherriLee

"Sailing means the world of change in my life for the better. It’s freedom for me and helps my depression. I couldn’t imagine my life without sailing or these people. I’m excited every day that I get to sail. Sailing has changed my life and put my health in better condition. I love the feeling. "

— Ted - one of our sailors with Cerebral Palsy

"Sailing has become a lifelong passion. The freedom of independently taking the helm. Winning my first Regatta took sailing to a whole new level. Thank You to Adaptive Sailing Kelowna for providing me the opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and explore something I never thought possible. "

— Ean who uses a sailor who uses a sip and puff to sail

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